West Brom welcome Newcastle to The Hawthorns on Sunday afternoon in the crunch Premier League clash.
Sam Allardyce was left fuming with the fixture schedule after the 1-0 defeat against Everton last night only hands the Baggies two-days rest.
It was Albion’s first defeat in four matches, with all attention switching to the must-win game in the Premier League survival race.
Sam Johnstone will continue in goal, with the keeper looking to continue his charge towards earning a spot in the England squad
Big Sam should make the first of his changes in defence, with Semi Ajayi coming in for Dara O’Shea after sitting on the bench against Everton.
Kyle Bartley, Conor Townsend and Darnell Furlong should keep their spots with all three impressing in the past month at The Hawthorns.
Okay Yokuslu has been the standout signing from January, and is simply undroppable in any game should he not pick up any injuries.
Conor Gallagher should continue in that midfield three, but Ainsley Maitland-Niles could drop to the bench in a tactical switch.
Newcastle will allow the Albion to have most of the possession, and Matheus Pereira must be moved centrally to take advantage of that against Steve Bruce’s men.
Mbaye Diagne will lead the line, and Allardyce could bring in Robert Snodgrass for his crossing ability, and Callum Robinson for more pace out wide to take advantage of this.
This is a must-win game, and we believe this side could be fully capable of bringing home a valuable three points in this survival race.
Here’s how we expect The Baggies to line up…
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